Posted 18th January

Insinkerator appoints new area sales manager

18th January 2019 - 15:27pm
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Insinkerator has appointed Phill Quantrell as its new area sales manager covering London and the South, as well as supporting the sales director in the housebuilding and contracts market.

Quantrell previously spent around four years as a business representative at Howdens, before becoming a client manager at Cosentino for close to two years. He joins Insinkerator following a stint as area sales manager at Emerson.

“I am delighted to be joining the Insinkerator sales team and am looking forward to the challenges as well as building relationships with new and existing customers,” said Quantrell.

“I have worked in sales for a number of years and hope my determination, enthusiasm and sales skills will significantly support the already strong team.”

Insinkerator UK sales director Kevin Carr added: “Phill is a great addition to our team with his knowledge, sales skills and significant experience of the kitchen industry. Phill will be a great asset in continuing to communicate the benefits of Insinkerator products to a wider audience.”


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